Get Your Garden in Shape for Summer!

‘Tis the season to get your garden in shape!  We’ve got everything you need here at the library from books on squeezing gardening into tiny porches to creating an oasis in your backyard.  Learn to make your own compost, grow your own herbs, and how to perfect your tomatoes for a delicious summer salad.  Take […]

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What We’re Reading Now

Here at the Haverhill Public Library, the librarians are constantly trying to keep up with the collection.  We are reading, watching, and listening to new stuff in our free time all the time – in part, because we love it, but mostly so we can make better recommendations for you!  Here’s what we’re into right […]

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May is National Bike Month!

Did  you know that if the average person biked to work or shopping once every two weeks instead of driving, we could prevent the pollution of close to one billion gallons of gasoline from entering the atmosphere every year. Do something good for the environment, your community, and yourself! Fun Facts: Bicycle commuting burns an […]

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Comic Con returns May 19!

Our 4th annual comic con will be held this Saturday, May 19 from 10-4pm. It’s FREE to attend and all are welcome! There will be local comic creators, artists, and vendors set up on the first floor, panels and presentations held in the auditorium and meeting rooms, children’s activities like the ducky derby, facepainting, and […]

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May is Asian American Heritage Month

In 1978, Congress declared May as Asian American Heritage Month to honor the amazing contributions of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States.  We’ve put together some novels, essays, and a fantastic how-to book by some incredible Asian American authors.  Find a new-to-you author with us! Rainbirds by Clarissa Goenawan This mysterious, debut novel […]

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